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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PagTS Tlie Lethbridge Herald, Saturday, February 12, THE BUCKEYE VOL. 1 LETKBRIDGE, ALTA., FEBRUARY 12, 1910 No. 21 'TWAS A GREAT SURPRISE We hardly expected yes, we have hoped for it and dreamed of it through the long gloomy nights of silence, but our tfish seemed far dis- tant and in vain. But it came, yes, amidst trumpets heralding the name of the immortal Buckeye. No, Mr. Tuckwt-11 is not a paid represent a Uve of tne Buckeye; but, indeed, it does look as if we were in his debt. But, as for the poor City fathers- it is characteristic of the uninitiated. For instance, in Montreal, Toronto, sijd .Vv'liihippg, attempted is iiiauy ways to get an expression of the Buck eye in Council chambers, but Nay, a word. They were too sensible to give us the sat- isfaction of such publicity. Even in "Cdmonton and Calgary we could only hear a slight rumbling noise around civic headquarters, but we come down to Lethbridge, and it is done like r.'agic. The Editor of the Buckeye is more or less disappointed, personally, as he feels tliat a raise in salary from the Him is hardly warranted for such slight effort ou his part, which would have been forthcoming for such suc- cessful publicity. Keep up the good work, gentlemen. It is highly appreciated, but please in future'kindly announce your program in the event Buckeye appears on it, and you can be assured of a good big house. With ail due respect for Mr. Tuck- well's judgment, we must say that in this instance he erred in selecting the brand of. cigars he wouldn't smoke them. Be safe the next call you make and take Buck- eyes. Much better form, you know, and they'll appreciate your generosity accordingly. "Never look for to-morrow's fun un- til you've had to-day's." like a BUCKEYE to keep peace in the family, whether authorized or unauthorized. Per peace lOc. Model Dwelling State Should Own Them M H M M M M H M An Authority Says: "Beer is made from pure water and selected materials high in their percentage of nutritious elements. It does not contain caffeine as does coffee, nor tannic acid which is peculiar to tea. "Beer has always been regarded not only as a popular, beverage, pleasing to the taste and refreshing, but as a health-giving food. "One quart of beer contains one-tenth to one-fifth pound of dry substances, consisting of albumen, nutritious salts and extract of malt." BENNETT ASKED QUESTIONS At the First Session of the Legislature JSf considering the Qltdbm bill, the atatt of Illinois to eitabliih by ipwul taxation a iUMrculoaii sanatorium, the question ai to whether it ihould end with the estab- lishment of a aanttorium for tuWcuioaii onry, cr whether the proceed of the tai should not be used for the eiUbliihment of a aanatoriuni for tKe cure of other diseases and for the betterment of kaenunt The tenement houae laws could work in co-operation and part of this new Uw. Tlwrt be built, with the pro- ceeds of this tax, model of which die should be landlord. tenement! should be designed and built for the health welfare of the working classes. No better model could be followed than Krupp of Ger- many.' -These buildings are built in squares, with open stairways, large central court, bathroom, kitchen, parlor and shutting out from the people of their natural light and air. The model dwellings should be under state control" and visited at Intervals by official inspectors. >To overcrowding should be allowed, clean- liness aud hygiene should be insisted upon, and the tenants of these "dwellings should have free medical treatment from medical officers of the fund, and should, in fact, be under supervision. I venture to suggest that such tenements could run by the state on a paying basis, and the benefit of the community would be so far- reaching that it is impossible to limit it by any statement. The effect on the health of the individual is obvi- ous, and the moral awakening would be a revela- tion, because, as the tenement question now it is quite a common occurrence for ten families to live in a house originally built for one family, and people of both sexes, boys and girls, men and women, to sleep in one room. The tenement house to-day breed? physical and moral .disease. As J. Hurlbut, in his play, "The Writing on the asserts, "The tenement house landlords are a combination in restriction of health, of decency, of virtue." The-state must f.ght the trust by becoming the landlord of model tenement dwellings for the people. The llberta Railway and Irrigation foil- Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH h t Situated North of Track ?he Mtaerta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHB RIDGE. Had a Bad Cough For a Number of Years. MM4 Was AlraU of t Drink GET THE BEST ALBERTA'S PRIDE Beer PHONE NO. 554. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. t M H H M f f f I H f M O H Edmonton, Feb. R. B. Ben nett, opposition member from Calgary, broke the ordinary round of procedure at the first session of the legislature by giving notice of certain questions which he would ask the government on Tuesday. In this Mr. Bennett for himself the .distinction of being the first 'member to break the usual round of ceremonies of opening day. The questions -were: 1. Has the guarantee of -the prov- ince been endorser upon the bond of any railway company since the last meeting of the legislature? 2, If so, what companies? 3, In respect of how many miles railway? 4, For how much per mile? 5; At what rate of in- t rest? 6, For what aggregate amount? 7, How many miles of rail- way in respect of which bonds have been guaranteed have been construct- ed and by what companies? WILL OWN BOTH NAVIGATION CONCERNS Toronto, Feb. is currently reported In snipping circles that Jas. Piayfalr of Midland, have taken the option on the interests own- ed oy the Inland Navigation Company of Hamilton. The opnon it is under- stood holds good for a month and it is fully expected that the sixteen ves- sels of the two concerns will be flying the one flag next summer. The Bills We Like to Receive ly JOSEPH tTULPH bills known Fire following an explosion destroy- ed the four story building occupied by the G. W. Miller Wall Paper company, St. Louis, at. 1 o'clock this morning. The loss is estimated at BUILDERS CONVENTION ELECT OFFICERS London, Feb. the builders convention officials were elected for 1910: President, E. T. bec; vice president, Mr. Morley, of Winnipeg; provincial vice presidents, Quebec, J. Harcand, Montreal; On- tario, A. Dennis, Toronto; Manitoba, H. Carter, Winnipeg. it a fine, firm quality 'of linen, as paper, manufac- tured undtr government inspection at Dai- ton, Mass. Ita delicate tough fibers had a raried history before receiving tht government stamp. The flax grew, per- haps, in the moist, fertile fields of Ireland. It was gathered, spun and woTen largely by woman's skiDJ. It-may haye formed at one time it may have been the of babes; it -may hare been the confirmation .suits of children or tie graduating gowns of girls. paper Maplojed for the printing I: hanck hare caresaed it, patched it, darned- it, and Ifiafy it to the rag bag. Ita how- ever, was not concluded. Bj a modem alchemy, it- ie transformed and iafued ansnr, from lexxni, but from to take up another 'cycle of uefolam. feeding ayarice, eerring as a channel for charity, satisfying hunger, pefing feil'f, building homes and perhaps dowering brides whoee mothen wore the eaaae fibers when they stood before the altar, the Wnk note conld tell a rare story of comedy and tragedy. _ Mrs. A. E. very bad. ceiuga every winter for a numbei yean whica I afraid would tun intoeoaiumptioa. tried a great many but received tetoporary relief until I cot a bottle of Dr. Weed's Norway Pine Syrup, and After taking twe bottles my couf h was cured. I am never without bottle of Norway Pine Too much stress camcot be laid on the feet that when a person catches eoU f must be attended te immediately Of aerious may follow. Dr. Wood's Norway Piosj flrrap ia tha medicine you need. It strikes at the foundation of all throat and luflf com plaints, relieving or all Colds, Bronchitis, Son Throat, etc., and preventing Pneumonia and Consumption. So great has beea the succeea af this wonderful remedy it is only natural tha numerous persons have tried U imitate it. Don't be imposed iipoa bat ea letting "Dr. Wood's." Put up in a yellow wrapper; tkraa pine treea tha trade mark: price 21 eenU. Manufactured only by Tha T. Milburo Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS at the are proving to be a very great convenience to many of our With these ac- Either of two persons of the household may deposit or withdraw money; Interest is paid on all bal- ances twice a year. 'In the event of the death ot either party, the survivor may withdraw the money Capital Reserve Lethbridge Branch: T. W. Mjr. TORONTO MAN CLAIMS ESTATE IN MEXICO The 1910 Cadillac "Thirty" College Work But a Part of Life Of all the erroneous and harmful ideas that younj "men-and young Dromon Have. the worst U the pernicious belief that col- lege if simply the itage which precedes the- real bepnning of life, and that the rca" life and the real .tasks are still to come. UnrrerBity life ii not an introduction tc life, but a part of it, and a most important part of it. More and more, as the year go by, in the business as in the profession1 worli, the streea is being laid upon tlir trained .mind, able to grapple with th- conaplicated problems of industrial and ur ban life. Those whose minds are no trained will be servants, who will not only have to obey some but will have to bear the added indignity of being told, how jo do I In work. And the training of the niindj which will make a a and not a servant, is to be had only through hard work, intellectual work and by a utiliration to full of the great opportunities which a iin: versity training spreads out before one. To give that training, fo that mastery of one's mental powers, in which lies the secret of Midas an-' of Socrates, is the purpose and the aim of a university. lj FIOF. WQODtOW WILSOI Toronto, Feb. J. Mulvi- hill, of Bathurst formerly an en- gineer on the G.T.R., is making ar- rangements to claim a portion of the estate of 'the late Stephen Mulvihill, died in Sonora, Mexico, recently.. The estate is valued at over f 000. Ste'phen Mulvihill was a brother" of the late John Mulvihill, who for for- ty years was an engineer on tKe G.T. R., and who died seven years ago. Steps are being taken to prevent the administration of the estate until all relatives have had an opportunity to prove their claims. I Ring Up 701 BRAYING done promptly .and Satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE I PEARY WILL GET A MEDAL OF HONOR Washington, Feb. 11. A medal of honor instead of promotion to rear ad- miral for Sommander Robert E. Peary, discoverer of the North Pole, is propos- ed by a sub-committee of the House on naval affairs. The sub-committee to-day unani- mously disapproved the bill passed by the senate" making Peary a rear ad- miral. Place Your Orders for John Kidd, C.M.G., who entered the service of the Canadian government in 1S58, died In London to-day. o> The Best Value on the Automobile Market To-day The Standard Garage Co. Box 1928 327 Wood Street Plume 564 Life's Biscords OftenWork for Good BY JOHN K. ni! A small discord will sometimes a large symphony. A discord" is anything that d'.< the tranquil trend of things. No matter how crucic or a people may be if left to thernsoSvos t' eiiit with a certain degree of This is one of the selfish requircnu-n.s self-preservation. It is not necessarily a rnntter of ics. At war with other tribes, cvrn st v vrith nature, the savage. -nevertheless. in rude harmony with his pcon-c. War is the great civilization. Among enlightened nations years of Christian :-i tion should have made war impossible. As long M wars exist the symphony of civilization is incom.iVo. MI great souls Have been discords, out of harmony with ''The the sun will convert itself to I', Bearing -out the not altogether philosophical theory iiui; good in everything, even discords have their miss-on. When You Need High Class Printing And Need It Quickly Call On ..WITH. JUS. HUME .Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 I The QUICK PRINT Artistic and Commercial SHEPARD BLK. I KING'S SPEECH DETERMINED London, terms of the King's speech with which the new par- liament wil be opened were finally agreed upon at to-day's adjourned meeting of the cabinet ory of the United Irish league modelled on the lines of John Redmond's speech of last night. The communication pointed out that pledges would be re- Quired regarding the Lords' power and home rule for Ireland as a condition of Lethbridge. P.O.Box 271 Subsequently persed, several the ministers dis- tnc Nationalist support on the budget going to the country for the week end so there will be no further conferences before Monday. The cabinet had before it to-day a sort of ultimatum for national direct- and the general work of the parlia- mentary session. Mr. Redmond left Dublin for London to-day to extend his personal influence in the furtherance of these demands. i Rubber Stamps We Make ON THE PREMISES i PONY EXPRESS Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. FIGEINS PIQUE 02 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprieton Office next Arcade Phone 1163 City Cartage Co. VAX HORN B50S., PROPS. Drayinf of All Kiads Coal Delivered Promptly Office, Oliver Block Telephone 438 ;